Organized in the framework of EURADOS, this course will cover standard and advanced methods (based on mathematical, probabilistic and statistical concepts) used to identify, characterize, describe/model and assess the major sources of uncertainty related to the estimation of doses in biological, physical and internal retrospective dosimetry following a single exposure to ionizing radiation.
Course open to
Mainly MSc/PhD students and other young scientists who need a strong grounding in uncertainty analysis techniques for retrospective dosimetry.
Later career professionals, who want to deepen their knowledge in this field.
Max number: 20 participants There is no course fee. A limited financial support will be available to cover accommodation and breakfast for 10 students for 5 nights. Preference will be given to students from Eastern and Southern European countries.